Located on the bluffs above the drop-dead gorgeous, tidepool-rich beach of the same name, cedar-shingled Kalaloch Lodge is a picture-perfect lodging for Olympic visitors who want to get close to the coastal wilderness without sacrificing comfort. But plan your trip long before you go: Prime dates are sometimes sold out a year in advance. You have a wide choice of lodgings from comfortable, modern rooms in the main lodge and motel annex (a few with fireplaces, for you romantics), even more spacious suites, and an assortment of one- and two-bedroom cabins (try and get one directly on the bluff for the views). Décor is quaint and woodsy, with a subtle marine theme; some cabins have cooking facilities. This is also a place that almost forces guests to truly unplug (a good thing): The rooms lack phones, Wi-Fi, and there are TVs in only a pair of suites.